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    • Oscars face serious backlash amid changes

      Oscars face serious backlash amid changes

      The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced one of the most radical shakeups in the Oscars’ 90-year history, earning serious backlash from the industry. Perhaps as a try to to reverse a trend of shrinking viewership to its annual telecast, after last year's ratings for the 90th annual ceremony registered all-time low, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced Wednesday that a new category is "being designed around achievement in popular film."

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    • Robert Redford retires from acting

      Robert Redford retires from acting

      Robert Redford's forthcoming movie "The Old Man & The Gun" would be his final acting gig. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the 81-year-old legend confirmed by himself he was making good on his retirement plan he outlined in a 2016 interview with his grandson for the Walker Art Center and is now putting an end to his Hollywood career...at least in terms of acting.

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    • Vanessa Redgrave to receive career Golden Lion in Venice

      Vanessa Redgrave to receive career Golden Lion in Venice

      British actress Vanessa Redgrave (pictured) will receive this year's Golden Lion for lifetime career achievement at the Venice Film Festival, ANSA reported. The fest director Alberto Barbera, announcing the decision of the organisers, noted that “gifted with a natural elegance, innate seductive power, and extraordinary talent, Redgrave can nonchalantly pass from European art house cinema to lavish Hollywood productions, from the stage to TV sets, each time offering top-quality results”.

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